Wednesday, December 11, 2013
During Tuesday night’s meeting, Georgetown County Council extended a tax incentive for Southeastern Fly Ash — the SEFA Group — to 40 years.
Council had previously discussed issuing $40 million in revenue bonds so the SEFA Group could expand its fly ash recycling capabilities at the Winyah Generating Station near Georgetown owned by Santee Cooper.
For more on this and other business at Tuesday’s meeting, vist the Georgetown Times Web site or see Friday’s edition.
— Tommy Howard
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